SNIP FROM LOIS ENNS:
> From: "Enns, Lois" <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: June 26, 2012 4:00:30 PM EDT
> Subject: Re: Linked Excel Files and Content Server Question
> When we migrated 19,000 Risk Management files into Open Text, we created
> and captured a unique ID for each file, and went back into our Claims
> Management database and programmed in the new fully qualified paths for
> the linked files.
> Lois Enns
> LOIS ENNS BA MISt | RECORDS MANAGER
> CITY OF SURREY
> Legislative Services Division
> 14245 56 Ave, Surrey, BC, Canada V3X 3A2
> P 604 591-4554 | 604 591 8731 www.surrey.ca
I work with a great many Towns and Cities on Vaults for their Vital Records, Deed Books, etc. I was interested in why there are so many Risk Management files? I did some research and you are a City of about 400,000 and it seemed to be very pristine. Where does the Risk come from? The surrounding rivers, the demographics of the City, winter weather? That seemed like a great many files compared with other Cities I have worked with or maybe this is just not a group they break out?
What was the intended gain from migrating these Risk Management files? Are the files being migrated so Citizens can access the information?
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